Categories: Adult games
Date: 2 August, 2017
You play as Robb in Winterfell trying to make money with the help of your family.
The game will feature two modes of game play. The first being the tycoon element. Inspired by older games like Lemonade tycoon. Here you setup stalls of unwilling girls to be used by anyone passing by for a price of your choice. As you generate more gold you can buy accessories and buy more girls. For the most degrading experience you can set your girls price to ‘free’, allowing everyone in town to use them.
The second element of game play is the story, similar to other adult games. Currently you can engage with Sansa, Arya and Catelyn. Gain their love by buying them gifts. Eventually you can unlock scenes with them(by favor or threat).
More interactions will come later (Cersei, Daenarys, Ygritte etc), the current priority is the tycoon element of the game.
Changelog for v0.2:
– New raid system as the method of gaining more girls. You can raid various areas of Westeros. You have a high chance of capturing a commoner and low chance of capturing a noble. If you fail a raid it raises your chances for the next raid.
– 6 new commoner girls added.
– New dungeon stall area to keep your nobles. Currently has one stall type (Girl on knees) and no accessories. More to come later.
– Melisandre and Margaery girls added. Daenarys and Cersei skins updated for new dungeon stall area.
– Game split into 2 acts. Pay off a debt goal of 5000 gold to gain access to act 2 and the new the dungeon stall area. In act 2 you will start to gain a new currency called influence, currently you can’t buy anything with it but will be important for future updates.
– New Sansa corruption system. Activate this by buying her a dress and give her a job advertising. The more she advertises the more you can change her dress. More to come later.
-New Catelyn favor scene. (All scenes will be available at start until I add more of a narrative in future updates).
– Removed stockade system in favor of raid system. Will add it back when it has a purpose in the narrative.
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